HMXEnosity;3011725 said:However, you will never use one while authoring. If you're thinking of recording with a USB mic, I highly recommend not doing that. The recording quality on USB mics is mostly horrible.
HMXEnosity;3011725 said:I'm sure Reaper is compatible with USB Microphone.However, you will never use one while authoring. If you're thinking of recording with a USB mic, I highly recommend not doing that. The recording quality on USB mics is mostly horrible.
Lizard_King;3012286 said:What he said. USB mics are no where near recording quality. id recommend a visit to your local Guitar Center and have a chat with the guys in Recording/Production.
Tr1cky Tpr;3012257 said:But i'm clueless about what mics/equipment to get, and i live in UK so most links around here for shops are useless to me. Plus i am on a very tight budget, every penny i can save, the better.
afterstasis;3012333 said:i can definitely relate.i got into recording before i was even in high school, and this was in the mid-90's before PC recording was a commonplace (or cheap) thing.your best bet is most likely to keep an eye out for at least one SM57 mic and a USB or firewire recording interface such as a presonus firebox (or lexicon alpha if you're flying totally solo and wanna save some cash for now).these items may seem kinda expensive to a beginner, but they'll make a HUGE difference for their price.
Tr1cky Tpr;3012343 said:One thing i don't understand is that you need to have your stems all in stereo, cept for drums. Does that mean i need two mics?
afterstasis;3013161 said:no, you don't need multiple mics to achieve this.i personally normally only use one mic for recording acoustic guitar and two for electric.